Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Slow Cooker Honey Citrus Christmas Ham from A Year of Slow Cooking

No need to buy an expensive holiday ham when you can make this Honey Citrus Christmas Ham in the slow cooker!

Honey Citrus Christmas Ham made in the slow cooker (from A Year of Slow Cooking; featured on
  (Photo by Tara Donne for A Year of Slow Cooking.)

Lots of people love ham for Christmas, and you can spend a lot of money on those delicious honey hams that pop up in the store this time of year.  But if you like the idea of making your own, this Slow Cooker Honey Citrus Christmas Ham from A Year of Slow Cooking sounds easy and delicious.  Stephanie says the ham can stay warm in the slow cooker for a long time, and even the pickiest kids gobbled this up when she tested the recipe!

Ingredients for this recipe: 
  • Bone-in spiral cut smoked ha
  • honey
  • spicy brown mustard
  • ground ginger
  • ground cloves
  • ground cinnamon
  • orange juice
  • lemon juice
  • lime juice
  • ginger ale

Get the the complete recipe for Slow Cooker Honey Citrus Christmas Ham from A Year of Slow Cooking

More Ideas with Christmas-Worthy Meat Dishes in the Slow Cooker:
Brown and Maple Sugar Pork Tenderloin from Your HomeBased Mom
Brown Sugar and Balsamic Pork Roast from Barefeet in the Kitchen
Balsamic and Onion Pot Roast from Kalyn's Kitchen
Pot Roast with Red Wine and Brandy from Tasty Eats at Home
Sweet and Smoky Beef from The Perfect Pantry 

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